Salford LIDS sent out Reporter Jane to talk to health professionals who could offer advice on good eating, choosing the right food and selecting a good diet. Jane Wood has interviewed these advisors and links the extracts together in this, the third of the bodcasts paid for by Salford PCT. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Jane Wood, Reporter Jane, Salford LIDS, eating, diet, nutrition, good food, cooking
Kontoh's Dinner Songs for Lovers is the twenty second album released by the futuristic virtual label, Crypt Designers Guild (Catalogue No. CDGA022). Take an evening out on the town. Visit the most famous restaurants and dine on the finest cuisine. Gastronomy will be your master. Whet your palate with the best in fruity wines and savour the delights of fresh, creamy Goats cheese. With meat that melts in your mouth and deserts that sweeten evening the sourest of tongues, make your evening a night... Topics: Cryp Designers Guild, Kontoh, Mother Eel, extreme, drum
She was a dynamic actress, gifted in communications and radio, film and TV media. He grew up in the presence of some of the world's leading chefs and became General Manager of the Royal Ascot Hotel. Together they created the Galloping Gourmet, a program which changed the face of television cooking shows. You're in for the "ride of your life" as this dynamic duo share how their discovery of God became the true source of their appetite for living. Topics: Cooking, Faith Story, Life Story, Galloping Gourmet
Beverages! #007 In this show we cover: Alcohol Eggnog Many beverages are not usually served with nutrition label to show calories What about “low carb” drinks? Drinking to cope with holdiday stress Drink a lot of water Portion Control Online Conversion.com Beware of the food pushers, or in this case, drink pushers. Have a Plan! Holiday Coffee Drinks Caffiene Do not undereat to save calories for extra beverages Fruit juice Try to have fun and be social without makeing the entire event about... Topics: beverages, eating, well, health, nutrition, diet
EatIngredients.com is the result of over five years of documenting my anecdotal cooking (via my poetry and foodstuff listings). The inspiration for this project came from the attempt to decompress from a nebulous schedule as paced by maintaining a new media lifestyle within the Information Society. Topics: eatingredients.com, Ed Brown II, Edward K. Brown II, eat, ingredients, poetry, foodstuff, food,... Source: Ed Brown II
EatIngredients.com, a podcast and website, is the result of over five years of documenting (through my poetry and foodstuff lisintings) anecdotal cooking. The inspiration for this project came from the attempt to decompress from a nebulous schedule as paced by maintaining a new media lifestyle within the Information Society. Topics: eatingredients.com, Ed Brown II, Edward K. Brown II, eat, ingredients, poetry, foodstuff, food,...
One of the most famous Lahori Khaba "Exclusive Lahori Food" is Bong. Beef Paye cooked with beef shank using very traditional ingredients. A master recipe created by Bj to bring you the real taste of Lahore. Topic: Urdu*Pakistani*recipe*breakfast*lahore*punjabi*paye*bong
In this episode, Dangerous Seductresses! Disco Carhops! But that's not all. No way, Jose! We've also got: Weird News! The Top 5 and Bottom 5 DVD Releases of the Week, including the Top 5 Adult DVDs! Our continued search foe the worst song of all time, Hits from Hell! Another round of Let's Fuck up the Podcast! Comics about Girls by a Girl! Streakin' Weekly! Tom's Phonecall from Istanbul! Songs about Girls by Boys and Songs about Boys by Girls! And lots more! So join the whole Movies About Girls... Topics: Indonesia, 1978, disco, French cooking
An overwhelming variety of both natural and highly processed foods is available at the market. To guide people in picking healthy food items, the US Department of Agriculture has designed the food pyramid. Topics: 12day grapefruit diet, 20 diet tips, 3 day diet plan, 71 weight loss tips, a good diet for teens,...
There are many things college students need to know that mom and dad forgot to teach them. Some of which are: time and money management, cooking, and finding financial aid. Topics: college, student, money management, time management, financial aid, cooking, loans, scholarships,...
the missing part 11 ov the 16 parts ov composition one by jenny tucker you can participate in my interactive composition here: http://mason.gmu.edu/~jtucker6/digwriting/finalproject.html Topics: analog synth, recipe, emotion
The effervesing Lisa Glickman is in studio to share her cooking experiences & creative knowledge. She also answetrs all your questions & dilemmas! Topics: food, foodie, fun, funny, Julia Gray, news, talk, 1110 KBND, Lisa Glickman, cook, cooking
Librarian Deborah Evans presents a booktalk on the 2009 edition of Larousse Gastronomique, the authoritative print resource on cooking and the culinary arts. Yes, you can have fun with a 1200 page, seven pound cookbook. Topic: booktalks cooking Larousse Gastronomique
Fermentation Media's second podcast focuses on the Slow Food Movement, which recently held 'A taste of slow' in Melbourne, Australia. We talk a little about the movement itself, and review the wines we tasted at the event.
“Focusing on Food” with Terces Engelhart and Justin Jackson Originally aired Saturday, December 16th, 5-6 PM (PST) on San Francisco’s KQKE 960AM “The Quake” Hear about the many personal, social, and cultural ways to focus on food. With a commitment to staying healthy, sometimes it’s difficult to know how to shop and what products to trust. Conscious decisions - about what we eat and the quality of what we can afford – are more important than ever. In response to the age-old adage... Topics: Terces Engelhart, Justin Jackson, global food awareness, mindful eating, mindful cooking, cafe...
In Egypt, army units are baking bread for the poor. In Mexico, office workers are cutting back on tortillas. Even in New York City, gourmet shops are no longer stocking certain items. What's behind the global food crisis? Guests: * Henrietta Fore, Administrator, USAID * Nancy Birdsall, President, Center for Global Development * Lester Brown, President, Earth Policy Institute * Joachim Von Braun, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute * Josette Sheeran, Executive... Topics: Food crisis, WFP, Barrymore, development
The taming of fire may be one of the most critical events to shape the evolution of modern humans. On this program, Prof. Richard Wrangham discussed Catching Fire. Topics: science, fire, cooking, evolution, human, archaeology, biology, anthropology Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
1.Today/Zero 7, 2.The Fever/Bonobo, 3.Live With me/Massive Attack feat. Terry Callier, 4. Ghetto Defendant/The Clash, 5. F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E/ Pulp, 6. Tomorrow Come Today/Gorillaz, 7.Ghost Town/The Specials, 8. Killing An Arab/The Cure, 9.This Is Love/PJ Harvey, 10. Baggy Trousers/Madness, 11. I Melt With You/Modern English, 12.Pure Pleasure Seeker/Moloko, 13. Love Will Tear Us Apart/Joy Division, 14.I Didn't Mean To Turn You On/Robert Palmer, 15. Voices Inside My Head/ The Police Topics: english, cooking, high, britpop, new wave
Steve and Michelle talk about fast foods both good and bad. Fast food is popular because it's cheap, convenient and tastes good. But can you still get all those things in something that is also good for you? Topics: Fast Food, Mc Donalds, Eating, Well, Nutrition, Diet, Health
Numerous sources of information will tell you that fats are potentially harmful elements of your diet. While this is true in general, it does not imply that fats are not valuable from a nutritional point of view. Topics: 12day grapefruit diet, 20 diet tips, 3 day diet plan, 71 weight loss tips, a good diet for teens,...
This week I discuss some vegan (no animal ingredients or testing) home and personal care products, as well as how you can make your own with things like baking soda, vinegar and lemon juice. I also talk about a recent news story featuring battery farming and why we need to stop focusing on factory farming and recognise that all exploitation is wrong and the only way to help end that exploitation is to go vegan and promote veganism. I also mention this recipe for vegan donuts: Dry Ingredients: 1... Topics: fftradio, vegan, food for thought, animal testing, cosmetic testing
This week on the show I talk about a sticker of approval that will soon be on pork products. SAFE was upset with this label, because it allowed sow stalls. I explain that ALL âhumaneâ stickers are misleading and SAFE should focus their efforts on promoting veganism rather then rejecting sow stalls. I also read out one of my poem called âSticker of Approvalâ and mention the following links: Emmyâs Digital Art Entry Emmyâs New Podcast Episode Emmyâs interview with Elizabeth Myleneâs... Topics: vegan, fftradio, food for thought radio, welfare, abolitonist approach, SAFE
This week on the show I talk about why animals shouldnât be treated or viewed as property. I answer this question from a moral/ theoretical angle and also from a practical angle. I also read out a recipe for vegan shortbread 125g white plain flour 50g caster sugar 25g rice flour / semolina 100g vegan margarine Line a baking tin with greased paper. Sieve the flour. Add the rice flour and sugar. Knead in the margarine. When the mixture binds, pack it into the tin. Prick the top with a fork and... Topics: fftradio, vegan, animal rights, abolitionist veganism, property status of animals, shortbread
This week on the show I answer the question, âUsing animal products is a personal choice, what right do vegans have to enforce their beliefs on others?â Firstly, there is a 3rd party involved, so itâs not a personal choice. Personal choice implies that itâs only about you and your preferences. However, with veganism there is a 3rd party, the animals, and they are directly affected by your decision to use animal products. Secondly, the word âenforceâ isnât accurate. Vegans arenât forcing... Topics: fftradio, food for thought, vegan, personal choice, breakfast casserole
This week I discuss whether or not "intelligence" or having "human-like qualities" are relevant to whether or not a sentient being has rights. I conclude that sentience is all that is relevant for having basic rights. However, human-like qualities or rational thinking are relevant for rights such as the right to vote, free speech, drink, drive etc. I also read out this recipe for vegan scones: Ingredients 2 cups self raising flour 2 tablespoons sugar Â½ tsp salt Â¾ cup... Topics: vegan, fftradio, food for thought radio, moral rights, intelligence
This week on the show I talk about one of the most over-looked forms of factory farming, broiler farming. I also talk about chicken intelligence and how even free range hens end their lives at the same slaughterhouses as broiler hens. Here's a recipe for vegan 'chicken' nuggets. Ingredients â¢ 1 package of Bean Supreme tofu â¢ 1/2 cup bread crumbs â¢ 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder â¢ 1/4 teaspoon pepper â¢ salt, to taste â¢ 1/2 cup water Directions 1. Unwrap the tofu and shake off any... Topics: fftradio, food for thought radio, vegan, broiler farming, free range hens, humane myth